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Choice in Writing Assignments

posted: 4.15.14 by Traci Gardner

At CCCC last month, I found myself in my room one night, reflecting on all the wonderful sessions I’d attended and ideas I’d heard. In one session, Elisabeth Kramer-Simpson from New Mexico Tech and Elizabeth Tomlinson from West Virginia University inspired me with their discussion of internships and open writing assignments in the technical writing classroom. [read more]

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Section Intro: The Vita

posted: 6.1.07 by archived

You are not your Vita, but you will certainly not get hired or published without having one. All jobs require a vita, even if some employers now refer to them as resumes (rare, but it does happen). Either way, it is vital that you keep your vita updated and accurate–many professionals keep theirs available online.

This section will focus on issues surrounding the Vita, effective presentation and wording, how readers view items on the Vita, and how different institutions may regard and value the different lines on your Vita.

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